Nuts and spinach prevent fatty liver

Excessive diet can cause triglycerides and cholesterol in the liver to accumulate and form fatty liver. The latest research in foreign countries shows that certain foods have better preventive and therapeutic effects on fatty liver, and can be eaten daily.

Dr. Dani Manor, of the Department of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio, USA, found that vitamin E-rich foods such as spinach and nuts can effectively prevent fatty liver. In the experiment, the researchers quickly improved their symptoms after feeding vitamin E capsules to mice with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. For adults, it is recommended that the daily intake of vitamin E is 4 mg. Eat 100 grams of spinach and a small amount of nuts a day, and then mix with other foods to meet the recommended amount. The researchers pointed out that in addition to spinach and nuts, soy, corn and olive oil are rich in vitamin E, which can be taken in daily doses. It should be noted that the nut fat content is high, and it is best not to exceed one at a time.